Saturday, January 12, 2013

Tortilleria

12 comments:

William Michaelian said...

Masterful. Someday these living landmarks will be gone, and people will wonder at the beauty of such photographic remains — and the artist who saw and preserved them.

Kalei's Best Friend said...

I bet they have the best food there!.

Robert Geiss said...

Food keeps body, mind and soul together.

Adele said...

Such nice art on the building!

Petrea Burchard said...

More great stuff like this along Beverly Blvd. I really should get out of my car and just take pictures one of these days. Of course, I said "days."

LOLfromPasa said...

Another interesting photograph. Not the usual LA shot. Great to see.

Ann said...

marvelous photo!!

Ken Mac said...

Kevin, do you ever encounter dangerous situations on your treks? I ask because this weekend I am going to the crime capital of the east coast, Newburgh NY. AN hour from Manhattan, a real ghetto gangland, but amazing ruins..just wondering how you deal with these possible situations..

-K- said...

Hey Ken - I'll send you a more detailed message by e-mail but in brief it would be: Don't go to a ghetto heartland

Oakland Daily Photo said...

Hopefully a light of resurrection in a faded neighborhood.

TC said...

Agree with William on this.

(But will there be a "someday"?)

sonia a. mascaro said...

Love this photo!